The Ingenico iWL 222 is a rugged wireless terminal designed for durability and portability. Anti-shock and water resistance technologies combine to help keep your terminal running even in demanding environments where dropping and spilling is common. Long battery life and an integrated thermal printer ensure the ability to use the iWL 222 from almost anywhere. The Ingenico iWL 222 can take traditional magnetic stripe credit and debit cards, EMV chip cards, contactless payments, and gift cards.
For security, the Ingenico iWL 222 is PCI PTS V2 or V3 certified, and certified for EMV chip cards.
The Ingenico iWL 222 boasts a number of features to keep your payment process quick and easy, including secure Bluetooth connectivity, a bright backlit display screen and backlit keypad, built-in thermal printer, and more.
Connectivity and Communication
The Ingenico iWL 222 ensures portability by connecting via Bluetooth.
The 2.53”, 128×64 pixel screen is white backlit for maximum visibility in any lighting conditions.
The iWL 222 keypad features 15 backlit operational keys (alphanumeric) and 7 navigation keys.
Weighing just 10.5 ounces, the Ingenico iWL 222 is small enough for convenient carrying. The terminal measures 6.5” in length by 3” in width and 2.12” in depth.
The iWL 222 comes with either 16MB RAM and 16MB Flash memory, or 32MB RAM and 128MB Flash, depending on which model you choose. (The PCI V2 version has the lower memory, while the PCI V3 version has more.)
The built-in thermal printer prints at a fast 30 lines per second to keep customers moving.
|Product Category||Credit Card Machines|
|Features||Dial-Up, Dual/Comm, Wireless, Contactless, EMV/ Smartcard, Built in Contactless Reader, NFC Capable, Internal PIN Pad, Store & Forward, Multiple merchant support, Multi application support|
Ingenico iWL222 Q&A
Please refer to User Guide. http://www.ingenico.co.uk/userguides/
But transactions can be process in store and forward on most terminals automatically when connection is not connected to the terminal for it to send transaction data out to the processor.
Review posted: 08/07/16
Name: Eric Corkum
Title: update and provider problems
This terminal performs most of its functions well, but has a few software bugs and connectivity issues.
Firstly the software bugs, the terminal freezes up frequently attempting to remotely update which never works. Even on the cradle with ethernet connection updating is frequently buggy with freezes and reboots. Secondly the provider for the wireless data service is AT&T which has the worst service area of any of the major providers. Greatly limiting the areas where the terminal will function. One last gripe, there is no sleep or power save mode. So if you want to use the machine all day without charging you are forced to shut the terminal down completely between transactions.
Then endure a long start-up (2mins) before the next transaction.